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We came across this little tucked away museum whilst visiting Llangollen for the afternoon. It’s free entry and full of interesting facts, history and interactives. There’s also a small themed corner to entertain children (including themed dress up) which my daughter absolutely loved.
Lots of information on Llangollen and it's surrounding areas, artifacts, information on the world wars, Dinas Bran castle, Crusis Abbey, lots of books and research articles for the Llangollen area, i.e. Parish records, microfilm, etc, the use of the computers. Helpful staff, good place to...More
Ok- visited in May - website states open to five pm in summer months- not today though - it was closed just before four!
Also no opening hours on display at museum itself.
Please be more user friendly.
This only a small building, but it has what a visitor needs. We quite liked the avatar of a monk quietly scribbling away with his quill – mostly because we couldn’t decide whether our two young grandchildren would be intrigued or perhaps a little frightened...More
You really get a taste of what life has been like in Llangollen down the years in this great museum. The staff were polite and helpful, the displays neatly arranged, and the 45 minute film is well worth sitting through.
Gillian s, Manager at Llangollen Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2017
Thank you for your review , we are delighted that you enjoyed your visit and hope to see you again
We visited this museum whilst on holiday because they had posted a picture of my family, who come from the Llangollen area, on the Internet. I was hoping they had more information on the picture. On our 1st visit the member of staff couldn't help...More